Sports Sedans In The ALMS?
Was the Cadillac CTS-V built with more than the SPEED World Challenge GT Series in mind?

Andy Pilgrim in particular showed the outright pace of this car at Sebring in March, and with the factory affiliated teams being handed restrictions since then, so that the privateer cars have a more realistic chance of good finishes, perhaps the writing is on the wall regarding ‘factory’ cars in the SCCA series.

Autosport was first with the news today - that four door saloons (sedans) could be allowed into the ALMS as from 2006, although we hear whispers that this subject could have been ‘on the table’ since as long ago as last March, or earlier than that.

The Autosport story suggests that the ACO has been “responsive” to the idea of four door cars racing against the current GT cars (in the ALMS), and cars such as the CTS-V would be real assets to a series, wouldn’t they?


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